This class offers a review of diagnosis to give entering interns greater confidence as they begin internship. Attention is directed toward hands on practice with taking of pulse, tongue observation and diagnosis, and learning and implementing palpation. Basic points, methods, content, steps of setting up diagnosis of diseases and patterns are emphasized. The seminar also covers analysis of reason for misdiagnosis. Pre-Requisite: Accessory Techniques; Acupuncture Point Location 1 and 2; Anatomy and Physiology 1 and 2; Chinese Medical Pathology 1 and 2; Diagnostic Analysis in Chinese Medicine; Medical Law and Ethics; Needling Anatomy; Needling Techniques 1 and 2; Pathophysiology 1 and 2; Pre-Clinical Skills, Clinical Expectations and Policies; Patient Assessment and Interactive Skills; Pre-Clinical Skills, Clinical Expectations and Policies; Western Medical Screening; passing scores on all pre-clinical entrance examinations; completion of 150 hours of observation; Co-requisite: Student must have begun clinical internship